Sneeboer Dandelion Weeder
Dandelions and other tap rooted lawn imposters will be running scared from the 21cm long and 3cm wide blade of the Sneeboer Dandelion Weeder which handles long rooted weeds with ease from lawns without disturbing the surrounding area
Dandelions and other tap rooted lawn imposters will be running scared from the 21cm long and 3cm wide blade of the Sneeboer Dandelion Weeder which handles long rooted weeds with ease from lawns without disturbing the surrounding area.
The stainless steel blade - sharpened on both sides and on the tip - does the damage, ably assisted by the cherry wood handle which is very easy on the hand and perfectly balances the dandelion weeder, setting you up for long stints of lawn improvements.
If you're looking for a way of removing these turf villans from the lawn with the minimum of damage - you'll get no ugly craters left by the sleek blade - then the Sneeboer dandelion weeder could be the answer.
- Sneeboer Dandelion Weeder blade is sharp both on the tip and edges
- Measures 36cm long overall
- Blade is 21cm in length
- 3cm wide curved blade
- Depth of blade is 1.5cm
- Designed to remove tap roote weds withthe minimum of soil/turf disturbance
- Perfect for lawn use
- Also adept at removing troublesome specimens from beds and borders
I am giving these as gifts to gardening friends. Easy to use, very effective.
I've had this for a couple of years, still looks as good as new after cleaning. Wooden handle comfortable to use. I wouldn't be without it on the allotment. It deals with just about everything you don't want in the ground.
I have just purchased a second one of these having used my first for many years on my allotment. Despite digging out numerous dandelions, docks & other long tap rooted horrors it has never bent, rusted or been anything other than an ergonomic delight. Apart from a fork it is my must have tool for my allotment- it is pricey but its quality means it lasts indefinately and it is a much better design in my opion to other tap root diggers.
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This tool is tough and well made. The narrow blade slices through soil with ease and it's possible to free up the longest of dock and dandelion roots. If you want a strong, traditional, hand-built tool that will ease out any weed you might meet then this is the one for you.